titratable acidity, or precise definitions of dry, semi-dry
, medium-dry or sweet.
Reporter Wang Guigen Report: December 28, 2017, engineering construction company (SEI) innovative development of semi-dry
flue gas desulfurization technology in Qingjiang Petrochemical a successful car.
The photograph's show the before and after of production Effluent waste water where the clear Filtrate is recycled, the semi-dry
solids removed from the Effluent and a completed JLJ FP-500 series plant ready for despatch.
You can have it as a starter in a semi-dry
form or as a main dish with the Manchurian sauce, best eaten with burnt garlic fried rice.
It produces semi-dry
, dry, and sweet blueberry wines as well as fusion wines blending fruit and grapes.
Crosswind Industries is a Kansas-based producer of dry-expanded, dual-texture, semi-dry
and semi-moist treat products for pets.
Contributors cover topics as diverse as the microbiology and starter cultures of semi-dry
sausages to safety and sanitation measures to consider.
This beautifully balanced semi-dry
rose from Denbies in the Surrey Downs has tones of raspberry and strawberry.
The flooring specialist installed approximately 280m2 of mixture containing both its semi-dry
cementitious screed Isocrete K-Screed, as well as its Mondeco Earth finish, based on an epoxy resin terrazzo system.
The wine also won Best Vignoles and Best of Class Semi-Dry
Advanced battery-separator film lines with the patented, semi-dry
Evapore process for 3C (computer, communication, consumer) and EV applications serving fast-growing electric-vehicle and appliance markets.
They make 10 varieties of wine, ranging in flavor from sweet to semi-dry
, and business is booming: Salvatore says the winery produces 12,000 bottles a year (that's 2,000 to 3,000 gallons of wine).